Only host John Byner received an on-screen credit. However, sometimes Byner or producer Bob Einstein (aka Super Dave Osbourne) would introduce an actress or actor to the audience. See more »
Episode six on the first volume DVD set of the Best of Bizarre is missing a sketch of Billy Barty and John Byner lip-synching to some songs by Robert Goulet and Barbara Streisand because of legal conflict involving music clearance rights. See more »
In our super-silly p.c. dreamworld of 2003, it's just great to go back to an era where one didn't have to bite one's tongue and/or stifle a laugh at classic comedy, where the genuine foibles of various ethnic groups and "lifestyle" choices were open to examination and, yes, even ridicule.
Only two other commentators here, one a Canadian who predictably trashes a program produced on his own soil, and an American who loved it (like me...although a Canuck).
John Byner was a GENIUS!!!!
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